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4th Annual Cycling For Celiacs Ride

    

Event details

14 Cyclists will ride from August 12 to August 22, 2004 raising

donations and awareness as they go.

The Route The Ride will cover about 1400 kilometers (870 miles) starting

in Victoria, British Columbia travelling through the interior of B.C.,

across the Rocky Mountains and up to Edmonton, Alberta

What Is Cycling For Celiacs Cycling for Celiacs is a special project

initiated by the Edmonton Chapter of the Canadian Celiac Association.

This project is designed To raise awareness of Celiac Disease To help

raise funds for research To help raise funds for service and support for

those living with Celiac Disease.

Cycling for Celiacs is an annual event that offers everyone an

opportunity to enjoy the pleasures of riding their bicycle while helping

those with Celiac Disease by collecting pledges and donations in support

of research, support and service. Net proceeds from the Victoria to

Edmonton Trek will go to support the J.A. Campbell Research Fund

The J.A. Campbell Research Fund gives two Canadian Celiac Association

research awards annually.

Dr. J.A. Campbell Young Investigators Award for Research in Celiac Disease

and Dermatitis Herpetiformis**

J.A. Campbell Research Fund: Grants in Aid of Research in Celiac Disease

and Dermatitis Herpetiformis in Canada

For Daily Pictures and Riders Diary, Previous Ride Archives and More visit

www.cyclingforceliacs.org


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